two open-minded propellerhead "kids" (in truth, we've turned 18 quite a while back now and to end all rumours: we're NOT twins, nor brothers in the biological sense ;) from germany, we have been very much influenced by all kinds of black music and electronica. using only our computers, we create music, we're never making it clear whether you should rather dance or sit back to our music. previous experience with hiphop and breakbeat production finally led us to improving on our very... Topic: inverse cinematics
Relations between the circular functions & "e" Inverse trigonometric functions & thier Derivative & Integration with some examples written by Ahmed Taiseer Topics: Ahmed, Taiseer, Inverse, trigonometric, functions
Relations between the circular functions & "e" Can we find e to unreal power? Inverse trigonometric functions & their Derivative & Integration Some applications written by Ahmed Tayseer Topics: Ahmed, Tayseer, Inverse, trigonometric, functions
For Schoenberg splines of degree k≥1 -fixed andn→∞ , we establish inverse result in terms of the second order classical moduli. As a consequence, we generalize the earlier inverse estimates of Berens-Lorenz (n＝1） and of Beutel,Gonska etc. for (k = 1, 2, 3).Mathematics Subject Classification (2000)- 41A10, 41A15,41A17, 41A25, 41A27, 41A36 Topics: Schoenberg Splines, Order of Approximation, Inverse Theorem
This paper presents a (semi-)automatic processingtechnique for GPR data analysis. Exploiting the generalizationcapabilities of artificial neural networks (ANN), it will beshown that it is possible to feed a Multi-Layer Perceptron (MLP)with a suitable set of input features in order to determine thepermittivity of a ground layer. A detailed performance assessmenthave proven that the algorithm provides very promisingresults, reconstructing with high accuracy the dielectric propertiesof both planar... Topics: Inverse scattering, artificial neural networks, GPR.
Relations between the circular functions & "e" Can we find e to unreal power? Inverse trigonometric functions & their Derivative & Integration Some applications written by Ahmed Tayseer Topics: circular, functions, Inverse, trigonometric, Ahmed, Taiseer